[Ethiopia] Agricultural Sample Survey 2010/11 (2003 E.C.) Volume VI, Report on Farm Management Practices for Belg/Second Season Crops, Private Peasant Holdings

Cover Ethiopia 2010/2011 Vol 6

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Statistical Bulletin, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Central Statistical Agency, (September 2011)

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Abstract

The objectives of the 2010/11(2003 E.C.), Belg Season Crop Production Sample Survey is to produce basic quantitative information on cropland area, production and yield, of major Belg season crops, as well as to provide quantitative information on:

  • The extent and use of different farm management practices on Belg season crops such as fertilized crop land area and quantity of fertilizer used by crop and fertilizer type, irrigated cropland area under improved seed, pesticide treated cropland area ….. etc.
  •  The adequate and timely supply of this information to ultimate users is, therefore, important for use as a primary input in the process of policy formulation, designing developmental agricultural projects and programmes. This report, therefore, presents quantitative information on the above mentioned major variables at country and regional levels.

TABLES

  • Number of Holders, Inputs Applied Area and Quantity of Inputs Used (All Fertilizers, Natural, DAP, Urea, Indigenous Seed, Improved Seed, Pesticide, Irrigation, Extension Package)
  • Number of Holders Applying Inputs by Age Group, Educational Status
  • Number of Holders and Damaged Crop Area (Crop Disease, Frost or Floods, Locust, Shortage of Rain, Too Much Rain, Wild Animals, Birds, Hailstone, Pests, Weeds)
  • Estimate of Number of Holders, Input applied Area and Quantity of Inputs Used and Coefficents of Variation of Major Crops

Crops: Teff, Barley, Wheat, Maize, Sorghum, Finger Millet, Oats/Aja, Rice, Horse/Faba Beans, Field Peas, Haricot Beans, Chick peas, Lentils, Vetch/Grass Peas, Soya Beans, Fenugreek, Gibto, Neug, Linseed, Ground nuts, Safflower, Sesame, Rapeseed

Regions: Ethiopia, Tigray, Afar, Amhara, Oromia, Somale, Benshangul-Gumuz (Benishangul), S.N.N.P. Region, Harari, Gambela (Gambella), Dire Dawa